Your photos - July 21, 2014

The tulips in the top left were photographed by David W. Rash in the Skagit Valley in April.

Bob Mayer took the photo of an airliner flying in front of the moon on July 12.

Paul Lischeid took the picture of an owl in the Othello area in March.
You can find these photos in the Time Out section of The Daily Herald. See more great photos or share your own at www.heraldnet.com/yourphotos.

Your photos - July 21, 2014

The tulips in the top left were photographed by David W. Rash in the Skagit Valley in April.

Bob Mayer took the photo of an airliner flying in front of the moon on July 12.

Paul Lischeid took the picture of an owl in the Othello area in March.

You can find these photos in the Time Out section of The Daily Herald. See more great photos or share your own at www.heraldnet.com/yourphotos.





Hangar art

Work continues on hanging new graphics on the doors of hangars at Boeing on Wednesday, July 16, in Everett. ian Terry / The Herald

Hangar art

Work continues on hanging new graphics on the doors of hangars at Boeing on Wednesday, July 16, in Everett. ian Terry / The Herald





Your photos - July 14, 2014

Felicia Hallenbeck took the top photo on the Snohomish County Centennial Trail in the fall of 2013.

Ryan Summers shot the bottom left photo with a fisheye lens while faciing south at the intersection of Wall Street and Lombard Avenue, just opposite Comcast Arena.

At bottom right is a picture Richard Bartz took at the Monroe Reptile Zoo. 
You can find these photos in the Time Out section of The Daily Herald. See more great photos or share your own at www.heraldnet.com/yourphotos.

Your photos - July 14, 2014

Felicia Hallenbeck took the top photo on the Snohomish County Centennial Trail in the fall of 2013.

Ryan Summers shot the bottom left photo with a fisheye lens while faciing south at the intersection of Wall Street and Lombard Avenue, just opposite Comcast Arena.

At bottom right is a picture Richard Bartz took at the Monroe Reptile Zoo.

You can find these photos in the Time Out section of The Daily Herald. See more great photos or share your own at www.heraldnet.com/yourphotos.





Throwback Thursday: WWI victory parade in Everett

This photo, taken on November 11, 1918, shows a victory parade in Everett after the WWI armistice was announced. The day is now recognized as Veterans Day in the U.S.

The Treaty of Versailles, which formally ended the war, wasn’t signed for another seven months. The 95th anniversary of the treaty is this Saturday, June 28.

Throwback Thursday: WWI victory parade in Everett

This photo, taken on November 11, 1918, shows a victory parade in Everett after the WWI armistice was announced. The day is now recognized as Veterans Day in the U.S.

The Treaty of Versailles, which formally ended the war, wasn’t signed for another seven months. The 95th anniversary of the treaty is this Saturday, June 28.





Your photos - June 23, 2014

Kassy Kruse took this photo of a rose at her house in Everett.

In early December, Sandra Brame took the shot on the bottom left on the ferry that runs from Puget Island to the Oregon side of the Columbia River. “It was so cold I could hardly stand outside the car to take the picture,” she said.

At bottom right is a picture Sue Chase took while she and her husband were staying at a hotel on Flathead Lake in Montana on the Fourth of July a few years ago.
You can find these photos in the Time Out section of The Daily Herald. See more great photos or share your own at www.heraldnet.com/yourphotos.

Your photos - June 23, 2014

Kassy Kruse took this photo of a rose at her house in Everett.

In early December, Sandra Brame took the shot on the bottom left on the ferry that runs from Puget Island to the Oregon side of the Columbia River. “It was so cold I could hardly stand outside the car to take the picture,” she said.

At bottom right is a picture Sue Chase took while she and her husband were staying at a hotel on Flathead Lake in Montana on the Fourth of July a few years ago.

You can find these photos in the Time Out section of The Daily Herald. See more great photos or share your own at www.heraldnet.com/yourphotos.





Throwback Thursday: The Pittsburgh of the West

Due to a great potential for industry, Everett in its early days was called “the city of smokestacks” and “the Pittsburgh of the West.”

To be specific, it was referred to as “the Pittsburg of the West” — without the ‘h’ at the end — as you can see in the bottom right of this 1902 photo of the Everett waterfront. This is because Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania dropped the ‘h’ at the end of its name between 1890 and 1911.

Throwback Thursday: The Pittsburgh of the West

Due to a great potential for industry, Everett in its early days was called “the city of smokestacks” and “the Pittsburgh of the West.”

To be specific, it was referred to as “the Pittsburg of the West” — without the ‘h’ at the end — as you can see in the bottom right of this 1902 photo of the Everett waterfront. This is because Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania dropped the ‘h’ at the end of its name between 1890 and 1911.





Pumped at practice

Richard Sherman’s hair was in full swing at the Seahawks’ organized team activity on June 12. Ian Terry / The Herald.

Pumped at practice

Richard Sherman’s hair was in full swing at the Seahawks’ organized team activity on June 12. Ian Terry / The Herald.





Tribute to a trailblazer

Artist Jesse James Jeter stands next to his mural of retired City Councilman Carl Gipson. The painting, which tells the story of Gipson’s life, now adorns the walls of the Everett senior center that bears his name. Mark Mulligan / The Herald.

Tribute to a trailblazer

Artist Jesse James Jeter stands next to his mural of retired City Councilman Carl Gipson. The painting, which tells the story of Gipson’s life, now adorns the walls of the Everett senior center that bears his name. Mark Mulligan / The Herald.





No longer Loggers

A Darrington High School senior pretends to kiss his classmate at their graduation on Saturday afternoon. Photo by Annie Mulligan

The Herald is covering high school graduations in Snohomish County. See this gallery and more here.

No longer Loggers

A Darrington High School senior pretends to kiss his classmate at their graduation on Saturday afternoon. Photo by Annie Mulligan

The Herald is covering high school graduations in Snohomish County. See this gallery and more here.





Your photos - June 2, 2014

The praying mantis was photographed by Bill Syzmanski, of Granite Falls, during a trip to Hawaii.

Jack Meyers took the shot of the hummingbird through the kitchen window of his Camano Island house.

At bottom right is a picture Larry Boffey took of his two granddaughters on Easter.
You can find these photos in the Time Out section of The Daily Herald. See more great photos or share your own at www.heraldnet.com/yourphotos.

Your photos - June 2, 2014

The praying mantis was photographed by Bill Syzmanski, of Granite Falls, during a trip to Hawaii.

Jack Meyers took the shot of the hummingbird through the kitchen window of his Camano Island house.

At bottom right is a picture Larry Boffey took of his two granddaughters on Easter.

You can find these photos in the Time Out section of The Daily Herald. See more great photos or share your own at www.heraldnet.com/yourphotos.